Do not take this election for granted.
We New Yorkers have three ballot questions. So, read up.
For the record, I mailed in my ballot weeks ago.
Proposal 3: Voting Rights Policies Initiative
A proposal to amend the Michigan Constitution of 1963 by amending Article II, Section 4. If adopted the proposal would provide citizens qualified to vote in Michigan with the following rights:
to vote a secret ballot;
for military and overseas voters to be sent a ballot 45 days before an election;
to vote straight party on all partisan general election ballots;
to be automatically registered to vote when obtaining a driverâ€™s license or personal identification card from the Secretary of State, unless the person declines;
to register to vote by mail on or before the 15th day before an election;
to register to vote in person at any time with proof of residency;
to vote an absentee ballot, by mail or in person, without giving a reason;
and to have election results audited to ensure the accuracy of elections.
This proposal is to be voted on at the November 6, 2018 general election.
edgarblythe wrote:I'm always afraid that my vote could be challenged and thrown out if I vote absentee.For the record, I mailed in my ballot weeks ago.
Voting in person I know for sure that my vote will be counted.